In a study published in the journal Science, members of the Seed lab unlock genetic mechanisms behind cholera and its viruses.
ESPM Professor Jill Banfield and her team are studying the microorganisms that live in rice paddy soils, with the aim of understanding how they contribute to greenhouse gas emissions—and how to intervene.
A new study from the Cannabis Research Center examined where cannabis growers in California are getting water for their crops, highlighting significant gaps in cannabis cultivation policy.
In two new publications, researchers Susana Matias and Mikelle McCoin focus on diet and food security in students who participated in the integrated-kitchen nutrition course.
Paolo D'Odorico, a professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, co-authored the new analysis published in Nature Food.
Marc Hellerstein, a professor in the Department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology, is featured in a recent Los Angeles Times Studios episode on vaccination.
Matthew Traxler, an assistant professor of plant and microbial biology, investigates how the insect protects itself from pathogens.
Professor of Plant and Microbial Biology Mary Wildermuth developed technology to help control a harmful grapevine pathogen.
Alumnus Lorenzo Rosa and CE specialist Daniel Sanchez coauthor research that outlines the removal of 200 million tons of CO2 annually.
Dean David Ackerly co-authors a new study, published in the journal PNAS, on how global wind currents affect the genetic compositions of forests.
Flegal talks about her work with the White House Council on Environmental Quality as senior director for industrial emissions.
Margiana Petersen-Rockney, a graduate student in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, was featured in a recent Berkeley Graduate Division profile.
A recent MSNBC News segment discusses the use of prescribed burns for wildfire mitigation in Blodgett Forest.
Dan Kammen, professor and chair of the Energy and Resources Group, calls for state leaders to adopt more ambitious goals.
A new study in the journal Nature, co-authored by assistant professor of energy and resources David Anthoff, analyzes the unequal economic harms of methane emissions.
Doctoral student Aidee Guzman works with farmers in the San Joaquin Valley to understand soil health—and to support farmers.
Associate professor of agricultural and resource economics Joseph Shapiro is co-author of a new study in the journal Science.
In an interview, Näär speaks about his Innovative Genomics Institute-funded research to prevent and treat COVID-19.
Directly removing carbon dioxide from the air could help achieve negative emissions, if policies can encourage markets and technology adoption.
A new study by researchers in ESPM investigates how agriculture can adapt to climate change, biodiversity loss, and food insecurity.